Birthday Wishes and Vintage Clothing Dreams
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Happy Birthday Miss O'Hara!
Happy Birthday to you!!!
Now.. you know that I couldn't let this go once you told me :)
Silly links and random thoughts that are generally coherent. We are always looking for a warm place to nap or a mean feminist to scratch.
Or maybe they are taking the liberal cool, hip person glasses thing a little too far. I'm sorry... but this is actually funny. Vox's post today is a good reason to post this.
"It's about looking into people on the inside and digging deep and finding what that is and celebrating it," says [Rachel] Johnson [editor of New Moon Magazine]. "It really is a celebration of who we are and what we can offer to the world."And afterwards, we can all stand around in a circle and sing camp fire songs! Ohhhh. Maybe we will talk about sisterhood and all that lovey dovey feminist crap that in no way exists! There is no way that all women are my sisters because we happen to share a common monthly cycle or what not. May not be my competition but we are no sisters.
I think "Information gas station" is a better description for what people search for online. Don't go around barefoot.
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This is one of the funnies things I've read: That's my Vader
At the Opryland Hotel - Delta Conservatory!!! Get me some scissors and my stylist - STAT!
Check out this offer I got today:
Check out Camp4u, written by State Represenative Stacey Campfield. (a purr to Bill Hobbs, Blake, and Matt)
"Those who would give up Essential Liberty to purchase a little Temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."
While having lunch at Panera Bakery:
From this week's campus calendar:
Or how many links can I get into one post?
In my new job, I've now moved up to a cubicle that sits in front of a large window.
You must use tap water! If you live in Paris, France that is.
Gone with the Wind is one of my favorite movies. After watching it recently, I decided to read the book. Several chapters in, I've decided to bring you some of the lessons that I've learned.
"You must be more gentle, dear, more sedate," Ellen told her daughter [Scarlett]. "You must not interrupt gentlemen when they are speaking, even if you do think you know more about matters than they do. Gentlemen do not like forward girls." (p.59)Scarlett is a manipulator. Aside from Ashley, when she saw something she wanted, she was able to get it if there weren't social restrictions on her behavior. Like many a modern girl, Scarlett was full of herself, headstrong, and driven. The difference, her society and class placed limits on what exactly she could/couldn't do if she wanted to remain in good standing. Today, those of the female gender blurt out what they would like, do what they please with little social consequence unless they happen to break the law and are arrested.
That could have been the subtitle to the documentary "The Eyes of Tammy Faye." It was entertaining, very campy to the point of being cheesey, and if you've been curious about Tammy's life just prior to her re-birth on The Surreal Life on VH1, it's worth a rental. It's definately a doc in her favor and she tries to paint herself as an innocent woman who was just there to sing and host a show. I don't know to what extent her involvement was in any of the illegal activities at PTL but I don't think she was an innocent bystandard.
Funding Scarce for Export of Democracy
Say no to him... and he could say no to you, girls.
What do you get when you mix one of the most annoying songs on the planet with David "I can fly better than Neo" Hasslehoff? Or is it David "I made this at the mall for $15" Hasselhoff?
Further proof that legislators and others live in the land of Oz...
Ann Coulter, Howard Dean and Al Sharpton will be on campus next week giving different lectures as a part of the Impact Series.
Part of this was written on 3/6/2005
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Hobbit picture 'four years away'
Businessman Offers $1 Million to Keep Terri Schiavo Alive
Elena's Poetry Corner.
Jodi: I've waited for 10 years. How much longer will this go on, Michael?
So now, the Senate has decide it wants a 'straight answer' on TennCare. And they want it out in the open... as opposed to all the behind the door meetings and decision making so that bills are just barely glanced at on their way through committee to the floor. Do us all a favor.. get rid of it. It's a major drain on resources. And the same people who want more money for education likely want more money for TennCare... and to fund it they want an income tax.
Nashville people, get yourself down to Jackson's on the 23rd. Meet the likes of.. me and Blake.. something about his birthday coming up... and Mr. Roboto who is organizing this shindig.
Headline from WorldNetDaily:
Or Episodes in Mistaken Sexuality
*A large auditorium of people who could otherwise afford them sit in donated gowns and tuxes looking semi-fabulous. The orchestra is playing the theme from Terminator - the third time tonight, actually.
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Recent headline from Foxnews.com:
Redistricting Battle in GeorgiaBut the GOP was supposed to be OK with it when Dems gerrymandered all over the place to carve up solid Dem districts. Seriously... who writes these headlines? Christine from Phantom of the Opera?
Now that GOP is in control, Dems fear new boundaries could skew elections
SugarLand - Baby Girl Lyrics
"They'll promise fancy cars an' diamond rings, an' all sorts of shiny things, But, girl, you'll remember what your knees are for."OK... I'm sure they intended it to be a lyric about reminding the person in the song to pray, be humble and all that stuff... but... you know... uh... this is Nashville. I'm sure more than one contract was gotten via a different talent - not vocal talent but an oral talent none the less.
When I was at Target picking up supplies for the last minute Oscar party at my house, I noticed Hershey's had a new bag of candy out for nut lovers that had 4 different kinds of mini chocolate bars with nuts:
To retired Admiral Hutson, the lesson is that the U.S. military needs a midcourse correction. "If I thought that letting (open) gays in the military now would degrade the mission," he says, "I wouldn't be for it. The military mission is unique enough that it shouldn't be a social laboratory. But we are at a point now where we can do it. And once you can do it, that creates a moral imperative that means you must do it."The military as a social laboratory? Nooooooooooooo....